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You need a new USB cable the new Kenwood and pioneer headunits have to have there own USB cable, go to you local audio dealer or go online and get a pioneer USB cable, they run $24 , I got my Kenwood one and they just have the option of total control from the headunit or not
It is probably that the parking safety wire wasn't hooked up properly, or at all. Most in dash dvd players are equipped with a motion safety device to prohibit the driver from viewing movies and such on the monitor while the vehicle is in motion. The wire for this needs to be hooked to the parking brake light wiring. This will ensure that when the parking brake is on, the dvd can sense that the vehicle is stopped, and should therefore show the image.
although the ipods will not give audio by directly plugging it into the usb port, an usb drive will. if you look at the picture in the link, you will notice the audio/video jacks that are separate from the usb.
This could be caused by the following:
Purple/white "reverse sensor wire" not connected to vehicles reverse lamp harness. (Are your reverse lamps functioning?)
Reverse cam video out not connected to Kenwood's "rear view camera input" (Yellow RCA socket behind the unit).
The monitor set up controls merely switch R-cam betwen "full, just, zoom and normal" modes. No provision here to ebnable or disable the cam.
When you put your car in reverse dos the monitor screen change?.